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Melaleuca Resort, Cairns

Melaleuca Resort is situated on the beachfront of Palm Cove, in Cairns Northern Beaches, tropical North Queensland’s premier vacation destination. Halfway between Cairns and Port Douglas, Palm Cove is the gateway to the Great Barrier Reef and the Daintree Rainforest. This small complex of self contained one bedroom apartments offers the perfect accommodation base from which to explore the wonders of this beautiful region. Whether your idea of a perfect vacation is soaking up the sun on golden sand beaches, snorkelling and diving in the azure waters of the Coral Sea, golfing on world class links or discovering the majesty of the world’s oldest living rainforest, Melaleuca Resort’s beachfront accommodation can provide your perfect holiday experience.

All of these self contained units have a separate bedroom, lounge, dining room and complete kitchen. They are fully equipped with a washing machine and dryer. They also come with private balconies, most with views across the award winning gardens to the ocean.

The walk in, salt water, lagoon style pool has three in-pool spas and is set in luxurious, tropical gardens. Surrounded by exotic flowers and plants the stresses of day to day life will melt away at Melaleuca Resort Palm Cove.

Within a short walk you will find some of the finest restaurants Australia has to offer, right in Palm Cove. And when you’ve finished you can stroll back to your room along the sand while the surf rolls languidly onto the beach. If you prefer to dine in, there is a barbecue area where you can cook up the many different types of fresh seafood available.

Whether you want to do a little or a lot, you can do it all from your beachfront apartment at Melaleuca Resort Palm Cove.

Accommodation Options

Garden View

Ocean View


Popular Activities

  • Swimming
  • Beach

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